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Parks, Fields & More

Rossland has a variety of parks for outdoor sports and recreational activities. Just a friendly reminder that all our fields, play parks and green spaces are NO SMOKING ZONES (this includes vaping) For more information or to book outdoor spaces, see below and follow the applicable links.

To contact the Recreation & Events Department call 250-362-7396 or Email Recreation

 

The City of Rossland maintains and operates a variety of outdoor recreation and athletic facilities.  Typically open for use sometime in May, subject to precipitation and saturation levels.

There are three fields for public enjoyment, and they can also be rented for events and activities.

To view the fees and charges Bylaw No.2751 

A Basketball hoop is located at Nickleplate Park

Address: Nickleplate Rd. and Davis St.

Rossland has four Green spaces around town with play structures.

Please note that these parks are unsupervised, and users do so at their own risk. The City of Rossland does not assume any liability for injury to participants or spectators.

Please help keep the park clean and free of graffiti and litter.

ROSSLAND POOL PARK
1869 Columbia Ave. (right next door to the pool)

NICKLEPLATE PARK – seasonal public washroom available
Nickleplate Rd. and Davis St.

ROSSGLEN – (where the pump track and small bike park are located)
Irwin Ave. and Esling Dr

JUBILEE PLAYGROUND 
4th and Queen Ave

Rossland has two bike skills parks for development and practice and a Skateboard park (open from Spring until Fall and for all users – Skateboards, Rollerblades, BMX, Scooters & FUN!)
They are all accessible from downtown, and there is ample parking available for park and trail users.
There is no charge for park use or parking. *(Unless you are wanting to run and event then please email the Recreation Department)

Locations:
ROSSGLEN PARK (Pump track and beginner to intermediate bike park)
Irwin and Esling Drive

CENTENNIAL PARK (Advanced bike park, also where the annual Huck n Berries event is hosted)
Off Dunn Cres

ROSSLAND SKATEPARK – seasonal washroom available
2385 Washington St

Park Rules
Please note that these parks are unsupervised, and users do so at their own risk. The City of Rossland does not assume any liability for injury to participants or spectators.
Please help keep the park clean and free of graffiti and litter.

Park Etiquette
Take turns and allow everyone to use the park.
Don’t linger in riding areas.
Give slower and smaller riders the right of way.
Respect the park, grounds, and other users. No littering, graffiti or bad language, please. And NO SMOKING, (this includes vaping)
The skatepark surface can be slippery when wet, icy, or covered with leaves or tree needles. Use at this time is not recommended.

Safety
Skateboarding and mountain biking are high-risk activities that can result in injury.
The use of protective gear – helmets, wrist guards, and elbow and knee pads – is strongly recommended.

Rossland’s outdoor ice rink is open yearly and are weather-permitting. The rink are available for community use, free of charge. The condition of the rinks is changeable due to weather conditions. No play is permitted after 10:00 pm.

  • Cook Field Outdoor Rink is located at Cook and Davis St.

The season begins when weather conditions permit, usually from mid-December until mid-March.

The Rossland Tennis Courts are located in a quiet residential setting near the corner of Park St. and LeRoi Ave, just 3 blocks from Rossland’s historic downtown.

There is a drop box located at the court to pay the user fee, so please take cash with you.  Cost is $2

For more information go to this link https://rosslandtennis.ca/

Rossland has a Pickleball court up at Red Mountain Village.  Located off Olaus Way at Silvertip Lodge.  This is a shared tennis court so the lines are drawn for Pickleball and the nets are removable.

The use of this court is free of charge but please be mindful of the noise level as there are residents living in close proximity to this court.

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